Henri Kiers; John Schilperoort; Marten Fortuin; Bruce Evans; David Edgar; Tom van den Berg
In a double-masked randomized controlled crossover study we investigated both the retinal responses to straylight, and the effects of lens cleaners on straylight values, in two different RGP contact lens materials. Methods: Thirty patients (20-59 years) wearing RGP lenses were refitted with new lenses …
Cas Kruitwagen; Harriët Wittink (Lector); Walter Devillé; Jos Dekker; Janke Oosterhaven (Lid Lectoraat)
Objective: To explore predictors of dropout of patients with chronic musculoskeletal pain from an interdisciplinary chronic pain management programme, and to develop and validate a multivariable prediction model, based on the Extended Common-
Sense Model of Self-Regulation (E-CSM).
Methods: In this …
Olle Ten Cate (Onderzoeker); Helianthe Kort (Lector); Thijs van Houwelingen (Lid Lectoraat); Roelof Ettema (Lid Lectoraat)
Today's nursing school applicants are considered “digital natives.” This study investigated students' views of new health care technologies.
In a cross-sectional survey among first-year nursing students, 23 common nursing activities and five telehealth nursing activities were …
K.J. de Moes; W. van Mechelen; Rob Gründemann (Lector); Harriët Wittink (Lector); Debbie Wierenga; L.H. Engbers; P. van Empelen
Objective: To evaluate the implementation of a multicomponent lifestyle intervention at two different worksites.
Methods: Data on eight process components were collected by means of questionnaires and interviews. Data on the effectiveness were collected using questionnaires.
Results: The program was …
Carin Schroder; Walter Devillé; Jos Dekker; Else Ellens; Harriët Wittink (Lector); Janke Oosterhaven (Lid Lectoraat); Cas Kruitwagen
Background. The Treatment Beliefs Questionnaire has been developed to measure patients’ beliefs of necessity of and concerns about rehabilitation. Preliminary evidence suggests that these beliefs may be associated with attendance of rehabilitation. The aim of this study was to translate and adapt the …
Jaap van Dieen; Simon Brumagne; Luc Vanhees; Henri Kiers
Patients with non-specific low back pain (LBP) may use postural control strategies that differ from healthy subjects. To study these
possible differences, we measured the amount and structure of postural sway, and the response to muscle vibration in a working
cohort of 215 subjects. Subjects were standing …
Edwin de Raaij (Lid Lectoraat); François Maissan (Lid Lectoraat); Jan Pool (Lid Lectoraat); Harriët Wittink (Lector)
This case report describes the process and outcome of an intervention where illness perceptions (IPs)
were targeted in order to reduce limitations in daily activities. The patient was a 45-year-old woman
diagnosed with posttraumatic secondary osteoarthritis of the lateral patella-femoral cartilage …
Carin D. Schröder; François Maissan (Lid Lectoraat); Edwin de Raaij (Lid Lectoraat); Harriët Wittink (Lector); Jan Pool (Lid Lectoraat)
OBJECTIVE: Ever since Engel's Biopsychosocial Model (1977) emotions, thoughts, beliefs and behaviors are accepted as important factors of health. The Brief Illness Perception Questionnaire (Brief IPQ) assesses these beliefs. Aim of this study was to cross-culturally adapt the Brief IPQ into the Brief …
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